Sure, you can create all sorts of video effects using editing and video trickery, but YouTube user says all of his videos are created in real time. He uses a computer aided design program to control a laser, which etches an image into a block of wood.

This video sends happy birthday wishes to 'Perfect Grammar', which seems a bit odd. As far as I can tell, there is no birthday or anniversary for perfect grammar, except maybe for National Grammar Day which is celebrated on March 4th.

And if you do any reading on the Internet, including this website, you'll quickly find evidence that perfect grammar is not only not celebrating a birthday, it's dead and buried. It's deceased. Kicked the bucket. It has passed on. It's gone to meet its maker! It’s a stiff.

May it rest in peace.